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Exacompta unveils eco-friendly laptop sleeves

Exacompta has introduced its latest innovation, eco-friendly laptop sleeves. Available in 13-14" or 15-16" sizes, these GRS-certified sleeves feature 58 per cent post-consumer recycled polyester sourced from recycled water bottles (rPET).

Designed for both comfort and protection, Exacompta's thin and lightweight laptop sleeves boast a retractable handle for on-the-go convenience. The reinforced foam padding ensures laptops remain secure against daily bumps, whilst inner elastic support guarantees a snug fit and added peace of mind. A feature is the innovative L-shaped zip opening, preventing accidental slips and providing an extra layer of security.

Lawrence Savage, Marketing Manager at ExaClair Limited, the UK subsidiary of the Exacompta Clairefontaine group said, "at Exacompta, we're delighted to introduce our eco-friendly laptop sleeves, a perfect blend of sustainability, style, and security. Our commitment to environmental responsibility is reflected throughout our product ranges and we are proud that these new items are accredited with the Global Recycled Standard (GRS). Certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to the GRS available at - License No. TE-00247442. These laptop sleeves ensure the user can make a conscious choice for a stylish and ecologically aware tech accessory that harmoniously fuses fashion with practicality for the modern hybrid worker."

Choose from a variety of designs to suit any style from classic block colours in navy, black, and grey, to vibrant floral patterns, including neo-deco, paisley, and exotic savanna designs.

Exacompta's eco-friendly laptop sleeves are now available for purchase.

Company Details

Exacompta Clairefontaine (ExaClair Limited)

Oldmedow Road
King’s Lynn
PE30 4LW

01553 696600

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